Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Mount Rainier View

Mt. Rainier view taken last week when it was sunny day

Mt. Rainier View- I've never been to Mount Rainer National Park yet since we moved in Washington last October but I'm always amaze when I see the Mt. Rainier view from where we live especially we seldom see it during winter and cloudy days. It looks so close to us but yet so far ;-)

This is our backyard, I just recently found out (2 weeks ago) that behind the trees is the view of Mount Rainier, since we hardly can see clear skies here we didn't notice that we have at least a view of Mt. Rainier ;-) How I wish I could cut those trees and enjoy the view hehehe

According to wikipedia:

Mount Rainier is a massive stratovolcano located 54 miles (87 km) southeast of Seattle, United States. It is the most prominent mountain in the contiguous United States and the Cascade Volcanic Arc, with a summit elevation of 14,411 feet (4,392 m). Mt. Rainier is considered one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world, and it is on the Decade Volcano list. Because of its large amount of glacial ice, Mt. Rainier could potentially produce massive lahars that would threaten the whole Puyallup River valley.

Mount Rainier is the highest mountain in Washington and the Cascade Range. Mount Rainier has a topographic prominence of 13,211 feet (4,027 m), greater than that of K2 (13,189 feet (4,020 m)). On clear days it dominates the southeastern horizon in most of the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area to such an extent that locals sometimes refer to it simply as "the Mountain." On days of exceptional clarity, it can also be seen from as far away as Portland, Oregon, and Victoria, British Columbia.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Japanese Engrish

While I was digging my "Japanese stuff" in one of my boxes I found my small screw drivers still in the plastic pack. It's really a coincidence, I was looking for a small screw driver so I can open my camera. So I read the back of the package and it says:

" Caution: Please keep after use to the place which an infantile hand does not reach. Please use it for screws, which suited, such as glasses. Moreover, to the slot on the screw, please insert in straightly and turn. When the size of a driver does not suit a screw, its screw slot may be huet. Be careful."

The only sentence that I understood here was the last one, "Be careful," hehehe. Oh well, I just ignored the caution as long as I am careful of using it I would be fine, right? lol

Can you translate this?

I think something is missing ....I miss Japan!